Jenny Bienemann is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist based in Chicago.  Described as falling “somewhere between winking innocence and worldly detachment,” her music has been featured in TV, film and theatre productions, and earned her comparisons to Suzanne Vega, Ricki Lee Jones, and Michael Hedges. 

Jenny's music receives national airplay on outlets as varied as MSNBC, National Public Radio, and The Howard Stern Show.  She plays regularly with her husband Robin Bienemann, is a member of the bands The Zimmerman, The Significant Others, and The Rainy Day Women, and has led songwriting workshops at high schools and colleges, at the Friendly School of Music, the Old Town School of Folk Music, and Lamb’s Retreat for Songwriters.

Her current album, "Every Soul Grows to the Light” features finger style guitar and lyrics that ruminate about about love, loss, and finding the joy in things that don't go as planned.  The song “Pay the Piper,” is an imagined meeting between the Piper and the Devil, and features singer/songwriter Michael Peter Smith (author of the song The Dutchman) and the Sons of the Never Wrong.





WXRT Interview with Richard Milne


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